Arlington-based Susser Bank announced that Kerry Hall has joined the bank’s board of directors. She most recently was executive managing director of Texas Capital Bank Regional Banking, serving the Austin, Fort Worth and San Antonio markets. Her responsibilities included executing effective strategies within each of those markets and serving as the liaison between regional offices and the bank’s major lines of business. Hall’s creation of new business verticals, such as fintech banking, helped meet the emerging demand to capitalize on Texas’ flourishing tech industry. She has vast experience in corporate governance, public speaking and regional economic development.
“[Kerry] has deep roots in financial services, a collaborative leadership style and a successful track record in helping businesses achieve their strategic goals,” says Sam L. Susser, chairman and CEO. “We look forward to her insights as we continue executing our long-term strategy and building our culture.”
Hall is active in many civic and community organizations, including the Austin Area Research Organization, where she is leading a task force to improve the percentage of Central Texas students completing a post-secondary education. She also serves on the board for Texas Alternatives Foundation, which aims to transform philanthropic support for education, arts, scholarships and research. Hall has sat on the board of Caritas of Austin, Visit Austin and the Austin chapter of the American Heart Association, for which she was chair. A passionate advocate of fostering job-creating investments across the Austin region, Hall also has served as past chair of Opportunity Austin, Austin’s Economic Development Corp. She currently sits on the advisory board for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas, as well as the Champions Council for the E3 Alliance.
Hall graduated with high honors from the University of Texas with a BBA degree in finance.
Established in 1959, Susser Bank has operated under the ownership and direction of Susser Banc Holdings Corp. since 2018. It has branches in Dallas, Arlington, Bedford, Fort Worth, Garland, San Antonio and Round Rock, as well as loan production offices in Austin and Houston.